Ghana are keen to get a positive result in their final warm-up match which will boost their confidence before heading to Brazil this week.
The Black Stars will take on South Korea in their last fixture on Monday at the Sun Life Stadium in Miami at 7pm [23:00GMT] to complete their pre-World Cup preparations.
After losing out to the Netherlands in their first friendly last month, Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah is desirous to see some positives before the team departs the United States.
“Friendly games are really good to help you prepare,” Appiah said.
“But psychologically, it is always good to win to boost your confidence levels but on the other side, I am looking at tactically how we are playing and the individual roles that have been assigned to the players and how they are performing.”
“Scorelines are always good but most of the time, it depends on the team you put out at that particular time.
“If that’s your best team then fine, they should give you a result but if you are trying to assess some players then you look at it from that angle.”
Ghana are in a tough group with Germany, Portugal and the United States in Group G.
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